Monthly Archives: July 2009

McKinley Technology High School learn to design video games, students become intructors

Edutopia made another video about McKinley High School. It describes an iTEST funded project directed by Dr Kevin Clark at George Mason University, in which high school and college students are trained as instructors and then assist high school teachers during the school year. The high school classes they help to teach are educational game design!

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Using Immune Attack to teach about Internet research.

I am experimenting with using Immune Attack to get students interested in science.  In particular, to get kids to ask questions about nanotech, chemistry or biology, etc in the game and to research their answer on the Web.  I presented this idea to the students of Mr. Kenneth Leslie’s engineering class at McKinley Technology High School in Washington,

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